The creator of the portable PC known as the notebook has a few more this week, as Toshiba lets loose with a few machines that are all business.
With the school holidays nearing the end, it’s time to think about what to do about the sproglets and their technology needs. What should you buy? We’ll tell you that, and then some, covering where you can even score free software from.
There are so many new computers this week, it’s hard to keep track, but just in case you hadn’t had your fill of uber new laptop goodness, two more are on the way from Tosh.
It’s the big day for Microsoft, and after almost a year of testing, the replacement for Windows 8 has arrived. We say “good riddance”, but is your computer really ready to make the move?
You probably know all too well how vital it is to keep your data with you, but storage comes in so many heavy varieties, so what can you do? It’s time to turn to the flash drives, the wi-drives, and the super-slims.
Toshiba has been making portable computers longer than most people — hey, it practically invented the category in the 80s — and this year, it will offer at least two machines that aim to make content creation easier whether you like laptops, tablets, or both.
Brace yourself parents: tablets are about to be cheap as chips, as Toshiba join Pendo with its own $199 tablet.
GoPro practically set the action camera world on fire, and now everyone is getting in on the fun, with Toshiba joining in with its own model that looks like it can even take the same accessories.
Announced this week, Toshiba is giving itself a second encore, so to speak, as it one ups its Encore tablet with a slightly bigger second addition.
Three laptops could show the future of what Toshiba regards as how tablets and laptops should look, as Toshiba embraces hybrid form-factors with Microsoft’s love for touch in Windows 8.
The makers of the world’s first mass-market laptop are delivering another world first, with the first 4K laptop screen coming to a 15 inch desktop replacement shortly.
The web browser-based operating system that is Google’s Chrome OS is beginning to provide an interesting entry point for new computer owners, particularly those that rely heavily on the web, and Toshiba wants in, releasing its first Chromebook in Australia.
Perhaps this year’s Consumer Electronics Show is less about 4K TVs and more about 4K in general, as Toshiba unveils laptops sporting the uber-high resolution that Ultra HD brings to the table.
The tablet world is seeing a shake-up from Toshiba right now with some interesting products bringing together one of the best small screens around and an insanely fast processor, but there's one question: will these see release in Australia?
Business users unsure of whether they need a tablet or a laptop can now not only decide on both, but also stay mobile, as Toshiba's upcoming detachable Portege will include an option for fourth-generation mobile connectivity.
Using the working slogan "leading innovation," Toshiba has this week shown Australians its new Kirabook concept, a product that brings the highest definition screen ever seen on a Windows PC, yet without the bulk that would normally weight it down. And if that doesn't interest you, there are a bunch of other announcements, including a gaming PC that has more power than most desktops.